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Guns, bathroom bills, deportation: Is Texas safe for my California kid?

 
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No! Your California kid is not safe in Texas. Texas is not a safe space for you, your kids, or anyone who thinks like you. Go tell all of your neighbors and stay in California or at least stay out of Texas.
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Austin is super liberal.

Don't understand why people get offended when their ideas are discounted. If you want people to agree with you, stay around people who agree with you. To whine that a region doesn't share your views is moot.
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It's a symptom of liberalism.
They can't and never will be able to defend their positions intellectually on an equal playing field in the arena of ideas.

That's why they invented Newspeak/Political Correctness: Ban opposing ideas so that theirs is the only voice.

That's why they crave an all-powerful state. They must rule, because they cannot lead.
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Exactly! They just label you a racist or bigot so they don't have to defend their ideas.

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Not long after California officially banned state-funded travel to Texas this summer, we awoke in a hotel there, behind enemy lines.

It had been decades since my last visit to the Lone Star State; our daughter had gotten an offer she couldn’t refuse there from a graduate program. That was the good news.

The bad news was, she’d be spending the next several years in a state whose political leaders are pathologically hostile to the blue state where she was born and raised.

To view Texas through Californian eyes, at least politically speaking, is to give thanks for the sheer size of this country – and for the freedom a parent has to put daylight between her kids and politicians who might do them harm.

Read more here: [link to www.sacbee.com]
 Quoting: LoneStarRising


In fact, as a native Texan, I was seriously considering sending my kid to California - so that he would be "safe".

Maybe Berkeley? Whaddaya think?

Either that or Oakland, or South Central. Think he could hitch hike to one of the world-class universities there?

Maybe ride a Segway? Absolutely, Absolutely!
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No! Your California kid is not safe in Texas. Texas is not a safe space for you, your kids, or anyone who thinks like you. Go tell all of your neighbors and stay in California or at least stay out of Texas.
 Quoting: LoneStarRising


This^^^^^
Nevadans should man a wall on the border and defend the rest of the country from the out break of liberal insanity Which has Commifornias as its ground zero.
Oregonians, Texans, Coloradans and Washington staters hate you guys for bringing what you are escating with you. Where ever you go.
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hell after a year of college in Texas hell be wearing cowboy boots, chew'n tobaccy ... may have even gotten laid
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hell after a year of college in Texas hell be wearing cowboy boots, chew'n tobaccy ... may have even gotten laid
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unless its Austin in which case he'll be more queer than when he started
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I cant tell if this article is satire or serious. Its funny as hell though if satire lol. The crazy part os the texas shes so scared of was the liberal shit hole Austin, not even real texas
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from your thread title, you have children who wish to use bathrooms of the opposite sex, who would rather be bitten by a rattlesnake than shoot the damned thing, and who rightfully should be concerned about having criminally invaded our country. Actually, I don't particularly like Texas (spent time at DFW w/American Airlines ops there), but California has gone mad.
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After a lifetime of living in TX, I've only had a handful of liberal neighbors and they've all been from Commiefornia.
Texas has yet to learn submission to any oppression, come from what source it may.
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I cant tell if this article is satire or serious. Its funny as hell though if satire lol. The crazy part os the texas shes so scared of was the liberal shit hole Austin, not even real texas
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So true. If she had seen the real Texas, she would not be asking the question. Texas is a hard place for snowflakes.
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Not long after California officially banned state-funded travel to Texas this summer, we awoke in a hotel there, behind enemy lines.

It had been decades since my last visit to the Lone Star State; our daughter had gotten an offer she couldn’t refuse there from a graduate program. That was the good news.

The bad news was, she’d be spending the next several years in a state whose political leaders are pathologically hostile to the blue state where she was born and raised.

To view Texas through Californian eyes, at least politically speaking, is to give thanks for the sheer size of this country – and for the freedom a parent has to put daylight between her kids and politicians who might do them harm.

Read more here: [link to www.sacbee.com]
 Quoting: LoneStarRising


The woman who wrote this is sick, ill with libtardism. It reads like a libtard fantasy of how and why things are, with all the cliches, the nose in the air, the exaggerations, the self congratulation of enlightenment. She is in this backward place, Texas, and it's all so horrible and people are so stupid and california is so much more progressive and good.


It makes me want to puke.

It does bring into stark relief why there is no middle ground and there never will be. The sickness she has can't be cured.
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Both states are massive shit holes, stay out of either
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No! Your California kid is not safe in Texas. Texas is not a safe space for you, your kids, or anyone who thinks like you. Go tell all of your neighbors and stay in California or at least stay out of Texas.
 Quoting: LoneStarRising


This^^^^^
Nevadans should man a wall on the border and defend the rest of the country from the out break of liberal insanity Which has Commifornias as its ground zero.
Oregonians, Texans, Coloradans and Washington staters hate you guys for bringing what you are escating with you. Where ever you go.
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That isn't true, the statement that California is "ground zero" for liberal insanity.

New York and Washington D.C. are the true "ground zeroes" for the movement. Also, Minnesota [Minneapolis], Michigan [Detroit], and Massachusetts [Boston] are also hotbeds for extreme liberal activity and activism.

In fact, if you were to ever read the L.A. Times online, you'd see that 90-95% of the reader comments and votes are from conservatives who completely disagree with liberal policies. Some of these comments are subsequently censored by the staff, but, even then, the vast majority are strongly right-leaning. This reflects the shifting political mentality in the state of California.

All of these anti-California articles are just leftist propaganda to distract you from what's happening in other states across the country. The real threat to democracy is stemming from those areas.

Wisen up.
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Is Texas a safe place? In my humble redneck opinion,
that's the wrong question. The question should be:
Is Texas the land of the free and the home of the brave?
Bureaucrats use the "safe" excuse to create laws which
erode freedom to provide a perceived conception of safety.

We allowed this erosion of freedom yet the Supreme Court
has ruled law enforcement has no duty to protect anyone.
And because citizenship is based on a reciprocal agreement of
allegiance to the state in exchange for protection by the
state, no allegiance can be given.

Gov at every level takes more and more of peoples money
every year. If gov provided any valuable service, citizen
participation in the system wouldn't need to be compulsory.

Is Texas safe? I don't leave the house without a .45
and a couple of extra mags. That's as safe as I can
make it for myself. Bureaucrats and or people in costumes
with a badge pinned to them aren't going to do anything
for my safety.
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The only people I know who have moved from CA to TX are conservatives trying to escape. They get to TX and feel like they can finally breathe and finally have freedom.

I have read many stories of CA liberals trying to make it in TX and they always move back. They can't stand it!
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I don't understand Texas.

Hot

Ugly.


They never stay in the state they so dearly love, they're always wondering.

I hear only two things come out of Texas, and I don't mind when the steers wonder.
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Not long after California officially banned state-funded travel to Texas this summer, we awoke in a hotel there, behind enemy lines.

It had been decades since my last visit to the Lone Star State; our daughter had gotten an offer she couldn’t refuse there from a graduate program. That was the good news.

The bad news was, she’d be spending the next several years in a state whose political leaders are pathologically hostile to the blue state where she was born and raised.

To view Texas through Californian eyes, at least politically speaking, is to give thanks for the sheer size of this country – and for the freedom a parent has to put daylight between her kids and politicians who might do them harm.

Read more here: [link to www.sacbee.com]
 Quoting: LoneStarRising


So you like your daughter to be in a bathroom with men
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Is Texas a safe place? In my humble redneck opinion,
that's the wrong question. The question should be:
Is Texas the land of the free and the home of the brave?
Bureaucrats use the "safe" excuse to create laws which
erode freedom to provide a perceived conception of safety.

We allowed this erosion of freedom yet the Supreme Court
has ruled law enforcement has no duty to protect anyone.
And because citizenship is based on a reciprocal agreement of
allegiance to the state in exchange for protection by the
state, no allegiance can be given.

Gov at every level takes more and more of peoples money
every year. If gov provided any valuable service, citizen
participation in the system wouldn't need to be compulsory.

Is Texas safe? I don't leave the house without a .45
and a couple of extra mags. That's as safe as I can
make it for myself. Bureaucrats and or people in costumes
with a badge pinned to them aren't going to do anything
for my safety.
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good post.
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The sad part about Texas is that it's turning into California 2.0.

California used to be super pro-guns and ultra conservative.

And now Texas getting those ultra liberal cities that are growing. Houston, El Paso, Austin. Like California's LA, Sacramento and San Francisco.
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Serious question: Would it be better to annex off California and avoid civil war or should we just have a civil war and get it over with?
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you can annex them off but the problem is they will become a hostile nation just like mexico.. the problem has to be dealt with one way or the other
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she stay in commiefornia. fucking snowflakes.
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This.

Welcome to Texas, now go home.
We're full.

:gtfo:
 Quoting: The Comedian :D


And we're going to be closed for a good while,

Make this state a fucking super-state!

Dude, saw Watchmen yesterday for the first time yesterday..


I immediately thought of you, and was like fuck .. how I always relate to that dude, think alike and shit.

It's cus' we're Texans !
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I just don't get the article. Texas is different than CA, so what? If I "decide" to live in Yemen, do I have a right to criticize the Yemeni society as backwards and misogynistic and be worried that they won't accept my values? Why not let CA be CA and Texas be Texas and respect the choices the people living in those states have made for their own governance? The alternative is values forcing which leads to conflict and in the worst case scenario war.
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No! Your California kid is not safe in Texas. Texas is not a safe space for you, your kids, or anyone who thinks like you. Go tell all of your neighbors and stay in California or at least stay out of Texas.
 Quoting: LoneStarRising


This^^^^^
Nevadans should man a wall on the border and defend the rest of the country from the out break of liberal insanity Which has Commifornias as its ground zero.
Oregonians, Texans, Coloradans and Washington staters hate you guys for bringing what you are escating with you. Where ever you go.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70617131


That isn't true, the statement that California is "ground zero" for liberal insanity.

New York and Washington D.C. are the true "ground zeroes" for the movement. Also, Minnesota [Minneapolis], Michigan [Detroit], and Massachusetts [Boston] are also hotbeds for extreme liberal activity and activism.

In fact, if you were to ever read the L.A. Times online, you'd see that 90-95% of the reader comments and votes are from conservatives who completely disagree with liberal policies. Some of these comments are subsequently censored by the staff, but, even then, the vast majority are strongly right-leaning. This reflects the shifting political mentality in the state of California.

All of these anti-California articles are just leftist propaganda to distract you from what's happening in other states across the country. The real threat to democracy is stemming from those areas.

Wisen up.
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Jerry Brown
Berkley
San Francisco
Boxer
Feinstein
Pelosi...

bert-facepalm

bert-TIAll
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she stay in commiefornia. fucking snowflakes.
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Oh fuck off piss ant.
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I'd love to come to Texas. I'm stuck behind enemy lines in upstate NY. I've also lived in Commiefornia, but rather than making me Liberal, I'm the complete opposite. I'm only here because I grew up here and have family. 50+ years of Democrat rule have ruined this state and devastated the area I live in. There are no jobs, everything is run down...
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I have a son who recently moved to greater Dallas area. North Dallas is booming. we're from downstate NY and conservative. He's very comfortable there. Jobs galore in his area. Just post your resume and get going. No whining allowed! I was born and brought up in Albany by the way.
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Not long after California officially banned state-funded travel to Texas this summer, we awoke in a hotel there, behind enemy lines.

It had been decades since my last visit to the Lone Star State; our daughter had gotten an offer she couldn’t refuse there from a graduate program. That was the good news.

The bad news was, she’d be spending the next several years in a state whose political leaders are pathologically hostile to the blue state where she was born and raised.

To view Texas through Californian eyes, at least politically speaking, is to give thanks for the sheer size of this country – and for the freedom a parent has to put daylight between her kids and politicians who might do them harm.

Read more here: [link to www.sacbee.com]
 Quoting: LoneStarRising



As a multi generationial Californian who moved to Texas right after 9/11, I can assure you that the people in TX are far nicer and way more patient then those in CA. It took me a long time to have the ears to hear them, but once that happened my whole world opened up. I am now, safe, happy, loved, informed, healthy, and most of all HOME. I LOVE TEXAS!
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Born in Texas, raised east to west coast. Living in Texas was the worst. That state sucks so bad. Heck even Virginia is better than Texas.


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